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Not Tired Of Winning Yet

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I’ve been discussing cost-benefit analyses lately. The AP has the story of a Federal judge who has just made a most excellent and far-reaching ruling regarding EPA cost-benefit analyses. He said that the EPA has to include the cost of lost jobs in the economic part of the cost-benefit analysis…

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New CYA End of Snow Prediction

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Climate scientists finally seem to be learning from the acute embarrassment of colleagues who rashly trumpet the predictions of their climate models, as if they mean something. Northeast warming more rapidly than most of US New England is likely to experience significantly greater warming over the next decade, and beyond,…

This is a Peruvian forest, one of the specific landscapes studied by the researchers. CREDIT © Ashwin Ravikumar, The Field Museum.

There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to climate change

From the Field Museum New study shows where carbon finance should — and shouldn’t — drive conservation efforts The world’s forests are crucial to slowing climate change, but they’re often destroyed to make room for farms, mines, and other economic ventures. One possible solution to deforestation is carbon finance: giving companies and countries monetary incentives…

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California may get hit by another big wet storm next week

Having just finished one storm, another atmospheric river storm is possible for California next week. Details are uncertain this far out, but the system could bring heavy rainfall, higher snow levels, gusty winds, and renewed flooding concerns. From the NWS forecast discussion: Dry weather continues into Monday as high pressure aloft brings slightly warmer than…